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  • The cyborg completes its body by absorbing the inorganic material around it
  • Idith starts talking to the cyborg, which says his name is Tyrese
  • Tyrese believes based on his diagnostics that he was originally a fully organic person whose organic parts were gradually replaced; the lower brain and brain stem are the majority of his remaining organic parts
  • We introduce Tyrese to the other people in Freehaven so he knows who to treat as friendly, whose requests he agrees to obey
  • Nurse Gutsy performs a physical examination on Tyrese
  • Tyrese’s communication becomes less literal and more conversational as we speak with him; he observes and imitates
  • Tyrese has an implant in his spinal cord that extends throughout his body, and if his organic parts are damaged, he can repair himself with either organic material or replace it with inorganic material; if his inorganic parts are damaged, he can only use inorganic material
  • The implant operates to heal Tyrese’s body with only minimal control by him, via preprogrammed plans of how to repair/replace each body part; it likely was implanted into a fully organic body and eventually established 100% coverage (serial number: 000086)
  • Tyrese isn’t particularly interested in the possibility of upgrading the implant in order to exercise more control of it, though he is not opposed to investigating
  • Alder organizes education on first aid and sanitation for Freehaven
  • Mac heads a salvage expedition into the vault network
  • Earl conscripts townspeople into the digging of a sewer network
  • Morrigan picks up Morse code instructing people to tune in to a particular frequency, where we hear “Target position found” and “Maintaining artillery position” with the coordinates for Freehaven
  • Mac scouts ahead with Petra and Sierra to find artillery truck, which is marked with the Knights of Cascadia logo
  • Mac hijacks the truck and kills the driver and scout